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COLUMNS : JANET BURNS  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
Lessons learned (05/10/2009)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Proverbs impart wisdom to ponder. I found this Chinese proverb on a ginseng green tea bag: ďOne generation plants the trees and another gets the shade.Ē I wonder, who will be quoted from our era in th ... 

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Between the clutter and the keepsakes (05/03/2009)
By Janet Lewis Burns --

Wisdom is knowing what to keep and what to let go. Poet Stanley Kunitz once wrote, ďI have walked through many lives, / some of them my own, / and I am not who I was, / though some principle of bein ... 

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Backtracking (04/26/2009)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Illness can be callous at times. Old feelings surface with a vengeance. The most difficult challenge in oneís debilitation is to accept the things you can no longer do. Instinct cruelly remembers: tha ... 

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Springtime Ė a pleasant intrusion (04/19/2009)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- A few springs back, before menacing floods deformed the area, I literally tripped over a sight that shocked me to the core. I was walking along the side of the muddy road through the Arches when I  ... 

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Resurrection (04/12/2009)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- I stuck my head through blank clouds of a morose day. Drab and listless surroundings uplifted me there, not because of what I could see, but what I couldnít.

I experienced a revival that day late in  ... 

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Losing our minds (04/05/2009)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- With my track record of rejecting newfangled home and office conveniences, itís amazing how far Iíve come! When Burns Builders built our home, early in our marriage, Pat ignored my frugal protests aga ... 

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The sound of silence (03/29/2009)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- Speaking of silence, who hasnít been perplexed by that vexing gesture, the silent treatment? Iím inclined to say that itís a foolish, if not childish annoyance usually associated with puppy love and i ... 

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Wilderness of the heart (03/22/2009)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- How exactly does one describe wilderness? Is it a region with specific properties, of certain dimensions? Is wilderness a romanticized uninhabited landscape? Can we get there from here?

Something is ... 

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Competition gone ugly (03/15/2009)
By Janet Lewis Burns -- When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace.

When does competition become vicious? Unhealthy? Greedy? Dangerous? Sinister? Does the question answer itself? It cross ... 

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A new direction (03/08/2009)
By Janet Lewis Burns --

Technologies have endowed mankind with untold capabilities. As old cultural boundaries dissolve, every American must be open to unifying probabilities the new millennium is propagating. Spiritual le ... 

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